Discover a Place that Time Forgot, But You Never Will
- General Info:
- The Landmark Inn is surrounded by the majesty of Lake Superior on one side and the rolling terrain of historic downtown Marquette on the other. Within its walls are decades of rich Michigan history. The boutique hotel features 62 individually decorated guestrooms, including specialty suites and a Penthouse. Some rooms have fireplaces and jetted bathtubs. The Inn is nestled in historic downtown Marquette overlooking Lake Superior and within walking distance of beaches, bike trails, museums, galleries, theaters, unique shops, restaurants and entertainment.
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards
In Historic Downtown Marquette
AM/FM radios and dataports available in all rooms Complimentary cable television, including HBO Laundry valet service Shuttle service available Iron and ironing boards (in room) Blow dryers (in room) Complimentary morning coffee (in room) Complimentary use of NMU Physical Education Instructional Facility Room service available High-speed wireless available
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- Other Information:
Price Range : Above Average
Not exactly the Ritz-Carlton (as it aspires to be), but not bad either. Don't know why they changed the original name (the Northland Hotel), since "Landmark Inn" sounds like part of a hotel chain. The lobby and rooms are pleasantly appointed but nothing special. One of the nicer hotels in town, although the new Hampton Inn going up directly on Lake Superior is definitely going to give it competition.
For a *** star hotel, my experience was very substandard. The lobby is extremely small and lacking any real charm or grandeur, while the waitstaff in the dining room were inattenative and unprofessionally dressed. For a bare bones moderate inn with inferior service, the Landmark Inn will do. Hopefully the new hotel being constructed directly on Lake Superior will offer a superior place to dine and stay.